The other day I saw a LinkedIn post by Dr. Shawne Duperon that said, Today, I gracefully let it go. It had me thinking about graceful leadership.
Graceful leadership is an art. It’s being comfortably uncomfortable. It’s that place where plans may not be clear but you’re powerfully leading your team through ambiguity.
Graceful leadership is being curious in the face of opposing viewpoints. You seek to understand rather than forcing to be understood.
Graceful leadership is being direct with someone without being abrasive.
It’s being a generous listener to notice not only what someone is saying but what they are not saying.
It’s holding someone to account because you see that they are capable of rising to a new level and they are inspired to step into their higher self.
It’s being unattached so you create the space for innovation.
Graceful leadership isn’t always easy but it causes powerful transformations.
Where could you practice graceful leadership in your business?